Huawei relaunched its flagship phone last year as the Huawei P30 Pro New Edition. The new device comes with Android 10 pre-installed, and it gets a new silver color option that was previously only available in P40 Pro.
This is a device identical to the phone last year, meaning it has a 6.47-inch OLED display, four rear cameras, and, most importantly, comes with a full suite of Google apps and services.
By emphasizing its compatibility with Google apps and services, the mobile image on the German Huawei website advertises that the phone allows you to “use the top apps as usual,” “using Android as usual,” and get “security updates as usual. “
P30 Pro is a significant device for Huawei because it is the last flagship phone that the company released before US trade restrictions prevent it from using Google apps or services.
While continuing to release new phones such as Mate 30 and P40 Pro based on Android’s open-source core on October 2019 and April 2020, Huawei released P30 Pro once again for users who weren’t ready to leave the Google ecosystem.
The new version of the P30 Pro announced in September last year was the same handset as the original in March, with only a new color scheme.
Huawei Sales figures show that many people don’t want to buy an Android phone without Google. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Huawei’s smartphone shipments outside of China dropped 35 percent in the first quarter of this year.
For now, Huawei only officially confirms the release in Germany for P30 Pro New Edition, where the device will be shipped on June 1. The device was listed for €749 for models with 256GB of internal storage, which was a considerable discount compared to the original price of €1,099 from last year. However, there are no signs of 128GB and 512GB storage options.